• Narcotics & Explosives K9 Detection Dogs
    Narcotics & Explosives K9 Detection Dogs
    For security at your event or venue: we send you highly trained Spartasec K9 handlers teamed up with skilled explosives or narcotics detection dogs.
  • Armed & Unarmed Security Services
    Armed & Unarmed Security Services
    Spartasec armed security service personnel are selectively chosen to ensure only those most experienced and highly qualified are assigned to our customers.
  • Surveillance Systems
    Surveillance Systems
    Our top notch security services come with surveillance systems to give you a direct view of your home or business, see for yourself that your home is secured by Spartasec.



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Spartasec established in 2010, is one of the largest, experienced privately held security and investigative services firms in Uganda. Spartasec has earned the confidence of top Ugandan businesses to provide security services and these include financial institutions, top law and accounting firms, real estate companies, jewellery stores, restaurants, hotels, museums, SMEs and many others.

The experienced security professionals at Spartasec know that your peace of mind is priceless. Our hands-on approach and attention to detail is second to none. We provide the personalized service our clients have come to expect. That’s why our clients consistently stay with Spartasec.


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Our Services

Manned Security

Spartasec Manned Security

Spartasec armed security service personnel are selectively chosen to ensure only those most experienced and highly qualified are assigned to our customers requiring armed services...

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K9 Dogs

In today’s world drug traffickers use sophisticated methods to conceal and transport a wide array of illegal contraband and money. Drug detection dogs offer resourcefulness. …

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Spartasec Cyber Security

Our comprehensive protection services extend to the cyber world. We install network firewalls in your home or office to protect you or your company from sensitive information infringement …

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Law Enforcement

Spartasec Law Enforcement Traning

We are government-approved and duly equipped to offer standard training to prospective security personnel. Training is provided to law enforcement personnel from districts across the country, private...

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Spartasec Investigation Services

At Spartasec, we take great pride in assisting you with your investigation needs. It is our commitment to you, the client, that you receive the highest quality, professional investigation services available.

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Special Event

Spartasec Special Event

From political conventions to sports spectaculars, from awards shows and entertainment events to product sales and major corporate marketing events, Spartasec special events division provides...

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Security News

Uganda’s security si…

Uganda’s security situation stable despite killings

The security situation in the country is stable despite reported cases of armed robberies, house break-ins, homicide and... Read more

Uganda to get securi…

Uganda to get security cameras after police death

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has ordered the installation of surveillance cameras in major towns to reassure the nation... Read more

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To be Africa’s provider of professional ethical, manned and electronic security expertise.

The security situation in the country is stable despite reported cases of armed robberies, house break-ins, homicide and violent extremism.
The Minister of Internal Affairs, Gen. Aronda Nyakairima, has said that criminal violence is a serious threat to security and stability in Uganda and the East African region and has over the decades, increasingly become the biggest threat to security and stability not only in Uganda and the region, but, the whole world.
“Whereas it is true that there have been a number of high profile murders, Parliament will note that, since December 2014, incidents of criminal violence are on a downward trend,” said Gen. Aronda, adding, “It is however critical that we intensify efforts to hunt down the killers.”
The statement followed a demand by Members of Parliament for an explanation about the recent killings targeting Muslim clerics.
“In spite of the recent killings, Uganda is in peace and there is security. Criminal violence, in particular, and crime in general is on the decline,” said Gen. Nyakairima.” It would therefore not be correct to conclude from the recent incidents that the situation is getting out of hand.”
Members asked government to properly facilitate and motivate crime preventers so that they do not easily engage in criminal activity.
They also said there was need to regulate persons entering the country through the various border or entry points.
“People living in our borders should be protected against refugees, some of whom enter with guns,” said Hon. Jesca Ababiku (Ind., Adjumani)
“Uganda is the easiest country to enter; and everyone has their passports stamped at the airport. We cannot ensure security without securing our borders,” said Hon. Tim Lwanga (NRM, Kyamuswa).
Minister Nyakairima said the Police, security organisations and law enforcement agencies have put in place measures intended at both prevention of crime and effectively hunting down criminals so as to consolidate and deepen gains in the fight against crime in the country.
He said security agencies had foiled numerous attempts by Al-Shabaab to launch armed attacks or bombings in Uganda, including one in September 2014.